Global Warming, Global Issue

Global warming is one of the biggest problems of our today and tomorrow. Since the Industrial Revolution, the global annual temperature has increased in total by a little more than 1 degree Celsius so this issue is called “Global Warming” or climate change in other words. Our home has never been hotter and the effects of global warming have already begun to cause terrible events.

Global warming occurs when carbon dioxide and other air pollutants collect in the atmosphere and absorb sunlight and solar radiation that have bounced off the earth’s surface. Normally, this radiation would escape into space, but these pollutants, which can last for years to centuries in the atmosphere, trap the heat and cause the planet to get hotter. This impact is called the greenhouse effect. Global warming affects not only humans but all living things because we are not alone in this world. As the heat waves, droughts, and floods associated with climate change become more frequent and more intense, communities suffer and death tolls rise. If we’re unable to reduce our emissions, scientists believe that climate change could lead to the deaths of more than 250,000 people around the globe every year and force 100 million people into poverty by 2030.

In my opinion, no one way fits all approach to stop or slow global warming. Each individual has a different perspective because there is a different business, municipal, state, and federal. Experts say it is likely many strategies working together will be needed. It is very difficult to stop global warming in time, but it is not impossible. Although the developing world order leads the industry, we can prevent global warming if we want. But only, if we collaborate because the world is too small to be separated. To solve this issue, there can be different ways. For example, we can introduce more renewable sources into our lives because they cause less heat-trapping gases into the atmosphere. Also, we can drive electric vehicles instead of those that burn fossil fuels. In addition, we can consider placing an upper limit on the amount of carbon dioxide we will allow ourselves to emit into the atmosphere within a given timeframe.

To withstand global warming, plants, and animals, as well as humans, must adapt themselves to nature. If they do not adapt, it is the end of their life. We must realize that we have no other world and we must begin to protect it. It is never too late for anything, we can reverse the world order and create healthy days together.

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